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TRAININGS

FOR THE 2021/2022 TRAINING YEAR: Registration is required for all trainings this year.  Please register for any of the trainings at the links below.

LCCPAC members can attend free of charge (helpers can attend for $11.00).  Non-member fee is $26.00 per training.  Membership fee is $55.00 per year for each licensed provider (dual license holders each pay $55.00). If you renew your membership before or within the month of your renewal anniversary (which is the initial month you join LCCPAC), you will receive a $5.00 discount!  Assistants, helpers and /or subs will receive a discount card when their names are submitted to membership by the primary licensed card holder. Helpers (or assistants/subs) may attend any LCCPAC monthly trainings for $11.00, with the exception of CPR and first aid, with their helper card. Non member fee is $26.00 per training. Membership and Discount Cards must be presented at in-person trainings to receive free training.  Payments for trainings can be made below.

WEB-BASED/VIDEO TRAININGS:  Upcoming Classes...Please note registration will be cut off 3 days prior to class or when full. Please email lccpacmn@gmail.com with your develop number and date of class/classes you would like to attend. There are limits for some classes. All classes are 6:30pm-8:30 pm.  All trainings must be registered 3 days prior to the training date. 

ONLINE TRAINING SCHEDULE:

January 4, 6:30-8:30 p.m:  Work/Life Balance:  Prioritizing the Endless To-Do List, Boysen, Stacy.  Discover ways to achieve work/life balance by reflecting on current habits and prioritizing personal and professional responsibilities. Create a plan to bring each area of your life into balance and create a happier, healthier you!  Registration

IN PERSON TRAININGS:  Sometimes we are not able to reserve another year at a certain location, or in an attempt to meet the needs of as many members as possible, we need to change the locations.  We hope you try out the different locations!

Trainings will be scheduled at these locations from September through April at 6:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted in the description.  All trainings are free if you are a member as long as you bring your green card (except for CPR and first aid). You don't need to pre-register for classes unless otherwise noted in the description.

Please bring your membership card to all of the trainings (or a current picture of it on your phone and photo ID) and arrive 5 to 10 minutes early to sign in. If you arrive more than 10 minutes after the start of class, we cannot give you credit for the training.  We are given free use of the facilities for trainings that serve food and beverages.  We encourage you to feel free to purchase food and/or beverages at these establishments that serve to ensure continued use of our space.  

Coon Rapids VFW
1919 Coon Rapids Boulevard NW
Coon Rapids, MN 55433
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted (please come a few minutes early for check in)

January 25th - Katie Hansen - S.M.A.R.T. Pre- K Movement Anchors Learning KCF 1 - In Person at Coon Rapids VFW Description - Explore how S.M.A.R.T Pre-K is a program that helps children’s brains and bodies get ready to learn. Learn fun activities for developing motor skills, balance and coordination, eye-hand coordination and much more. Fun, hands-on, brain stimulating activities with time for Make and Takes. Learn how your children can be S.M.A.R.T. children!  Registration

April 26, 6:30-8:30 p.m:  Don't Sit Still:  Huber, Mike.

March 29, 6:00-9:00 p.m: CPR/First Aid Course Reg Form


Lord of Life Church
14501 Nowthen Boulevard NW
Ramsey, MN 55303

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted (please come a few minutes early for check in).

April 21, 6:30-8:30 p.m:  That's Curious:  Working with Children's Curiosity to Support Learning, Fribley, Jonathan, KCF II.B. Examine the development of children’s curiosity across the early childhood years and consider its importance to learning. Practice strategies for using children’s curiosity to engage children in subject area learning, including science. Reflect on how our curiosity about children can support our work as educators. Registration

Other Amount: USD

 

March 17,  6:30-8:30 p.m. “Keep It Positive: Behavior Guidance That Works” (KCF: II.C, CDA: 3) Holly Saville: Also available virtually Hit. Kick. Tattle. Whine. Does this sound like a typical day in your program? Let’s change that! Help children identify their feelings, express them appropriately, resolve conflicts, boost self-esteem, increase empathy, and improve communication through positive behavior guidance, your environment, and simple, yet effective, tools. You’ll leave ready to tame tantrums, wane whining, prevent pushing, banish biting, thwart tattling, halt hitting, stop screaming, lessen lying, and more. *This two-hour training meets the annual family child care behavior guidance training requirement.